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Join Date: Apr 2006
Location: United Kingdom
Re: Is Gordon Brown an idiot
(n.) An unlearned, ignorant, or simple person, as distinguished from the educated; an ignoramus.
(n.) A human being destitute of the ordinary intellectual powers, whether congenital, developmental, or accidental; commonly, a person without understanding from birth; a natural fool; a natural; an innocent.
Gordon Brown sold our Gold reserves when Gold was at it's lowest price for decades.
He has presided over the greatest collapse of the British economy as a result of gross mis management by British banks and financial institutions
Then propped up those very institutions with billions of pounds of taxpayers money and then still permits them to pay obscene bonuses to the very people who caused the problem in the first place.
Gordon Brown's appears to have a worrying problem with simple multiplication. I see that Hansard have reported his words thus: "that £5 extra a week is in people’s pockets—that is £275 a year". 5 x 52 does not equal 275. I there nobody who can multiply a two digit number by 5 working at No 10?
Gordon Brown's credibility and competence was called into question in as early as 2007 after official statistics revealed that
the Chancellor's tax credits fiasco has cost taxpayers £5 billion in errors and fraud.
Seizing on Revenue and Customs figures showing that another £1.7 billion has been overpaid in the last financial year,
Shadow Chancellor George Osborne said: "These are appalling figures which blow a hole straight through Gordon
Brown's claim to be competent."
He protested: "If you want to know what he will be like as Prime Minister, look at the way he has run tax credits. Billions
of pounds wasted in fraud and error, the poorest caught in a bureaucratic nightmare, thousands forced into debt and not
a word of apology. This is just a foretaste of the Brown premiership."
Did Osborne have a crystal ball ?
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